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Red Hat Enterprise Linux Storage Fundamentals

Course Summary

This course teaches the fundamentals of the major storage capabilities in Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 6. Topics include Disks, Partitions, Filesystems, Logical Volume Manager (LVM), Network Attached Storage (NFS, Samba, CIFS), and Storage Area Networ


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    Course Syllabus

    ● Red Hat Enterprise Linux Storage Fundamentals
        ◦ Course Introduction
    ● Disks and Partitions
        ◦ Introduction to Local Storage
        ◦ Devices and Devices Files
        ◦ Adding Block Storage Devices
        ◦ Partition Theory
        ◦ Managing Partitions
        ◦ Wrap-up
    ● Filesystems
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Creating Filesystems
        ◦ Manual Mounting
        ◦ Mount Options and Automatic Mounting
        ◦ Superblocks and Inodes
        ◦ Removing and Repairing Filesystems
        ◦ Wrap-up
    ● Linux LVM Fundamentals
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Physical Volumes
        ◦ LVM Metadata
        ◦ Volume Groups
        ◦ Logical Volumes
        ◦ Wrap-up
    ● Advanced LVM
        ◦ Device Mapper
        ◦ Growing and Shrinking Logical Volumes
        ◦ LVM Snapshots
        ◦ LVM Thin Provisioning
        ◦ Striping
        ◦ LVM Migrations
        ◦ Backing Up and Recovering LVM Configurations
        ◦ Wrap-up
    ● Linux RAID
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Theory
        ◦ Creating a RAID Mirror
        ◦ Growing a RAID Array
        ◦ Dealing With Failed Drives
        ◦ /etc/mdadm.conf
        ◦ Security and NFSv4
        ◦ RAID 5 and Losing Data
    ● Network File System
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Installing and Starting NFS
        ◦ Manually Exporting Filesystems
        ◦ Automatically Exporting Filesystems
        ◦ Mounting NFS Exports
        ◦ Export Permissions
        ◦ Security and NFSv4
        ◦ Automounter
        ◦ Wrap-up
    ● Samba
        ◦ Introduction and Theory
        ◦ Installing and Starting Samba
        ◦ Setting-up Users for Samba
        ◦ Defining Shares in smb.conf
        ◦ Configuring iptables and SELinux for Samba
        ◦ Mapping to Samba Shares From Linux and Windows Clients
        ◦ Wrap-up
    ● iSCSI
        ◦ Introduction to iSCSI
        ◦ iSCSI Theory
        ◦ Installing and Configuring Linux as an iSCSI Target
        ◦ Creating iSCSI LUNs
        ◦ Installing and Configuring Linux as an iSCSI Initiator
        ◦ Adding iSCSI LUNs to /etc/fstab
        ◦ Wrap-up
     


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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